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Save Energy During Cold Weather With These 7 Tips!

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Cold weather is already here and it appears that winter may be coming a little early this year. Colder weather means you've got your heat on and more than likely your utility bills are going to start to increase. Today, Above & Beyond Roofing would like to offer a few suggestions for keeping your home energy efficient in an effort to keep your utility bill as low as possible as we approach the colder months. Read on to learn about seven tips for conserving energy in your home.


Tip #1 Layer Up One of the simplest ways to save money on your electric bill is to just turn down the heat. Rather than walking around the house in shorts and a tank top, find a nice warm pair of sweatpants and a sweatshirt. Keep blankets on the couch and you can even add an area rug for extra insulation on the floor. For every degree you lower your heat in the 60°-70° range, you can save up to 5% on energy costs.
Tip #2 Adjust the Thermostat Another easy way to decrease your electricity usage is to adju…

Hire a Professional to Install Your Roof: Here's Why!

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It seems like homeowners are getting more and savvier when it comes to home improvement projects. DIY (Do it Your Self) is a popular trend to save money. While there are a lot of projects you are more than capable of tackling yourself, installing a new roof at the Lake of the Ozark just shouldn't be one of them. You should always hire a professional roofing company at the Lake of the Ozarks to make repairs and install a new roof and here's why.


You're Not Risking Your Safety. Being on your roof is dangerous; falling off can cause serious injury. When it comes to learning a new task, your sole focus is on getting the task done. With that mindset, it's easy to forget about your surroundings. Professional roofers have experience being on roofs and take all the safety precautions necessary.
You'll Probably Save Money in the Long Run. The main reason people take on DIY projects is to save money. However, when it comes to something as important as your roof, you may end …